San Francisco hosts more than 11.4 million visitors, conventioneers and business travelers each year. As the cultural hub of the nation’s fifth largest metropolitan region (with a total Bay Area population of 6.5 million), San Francisco is recognized the world over for its eclectic mix of exquisite dining, arts, entertainment, shopping, attractions and diverse population. From the Bay Bridge to North Beach, AT&T Park to Pier 39, the city evokes a sense of place and character that keeps visitors and locals coming back for more. Blessed with a mild climate, San Francisco is a mecca for outdoor activities and dining.
Embarcadero Center spans five blocks in heart of the downtown Financial District and overlooks the breathtaking waters of the San Francisco Bay. Nestled amongst the calm and the clamor that characterizes The City, Embarcadero Center distinguishes itself as a world-class shopping center with its open-air design, renowned sculptures, award-winning landscape, stylish retail shops and superb restaurants.
What are you waiting for? There’s a place for your business here. Find out who the typical Embarcadero Center shopper is by reading our Shopper Profile below. Download our Retail Leasing Brochure here.
If you’d like to know more about retail leasing opportunities at Embarcadero Center, please contact:
Anne Marie Cecconi
CBRE, Retail Advisory & Transaction Services
415 Mission Street, Floor 46th | San Francisco, CA 94105
Embarcadero Center’s qualified team of retail leasing professionals is available to meet at your convenience.
Embarcadero Center Shoppers Profile
Embarcadero Center consumers are the ideal audience for retailers: college-educated, on-the-go women and men with dispensable income. Some general demographic information follows:
Female – 62%
Male – 38%
Average Age – 42.2 years
Persons Aged 30-54 years – 61%
Affluent and Prosperous
High Average Household Income – $93,170
Average Household Income Over $75,000 – 60%
Average Household Income Over $100,000 – 55%
College or Post College – 41%
Professional and Managerial Occupation
Males – 68%
Females – 51%
Bay Area Residents
San Francisco Resident – 46%
Bay Area Resident – 36%
Tourist or Business Traveler – 16%
Sales are generated from:
Downtown Workers – 42%
Bay Area Residents – 38%
Tourist and Business Travelers – 21%